I’m going to let ENV readers in on a little secret: When many of us in the intelligent design (ID) movement read the arguments coming from our critics, we’re surprised at their low quality and style.
The David Coppedge case stands as an egregious instance of intolerance toward scientific dissent, so much so that it merits your attention and action, for Caltech runs JPL under contract with NASA, a government agency, and is thus indirectly accountable to the electorate, by which I mean you, dear reader.
NASA’s JPL asks “How did we get here?” but adjudicates the question before the evidence it seeks has even come in.
In the context of ID-suppression cases, this one could be big.
“The upcoming JPL trial will remind employers that it is costly to discriminate against ID in the workplace.”